RV was towed brought to tow yard. Amount due was $2500+. I never received notice of upcoming lien sale, never heard from tow yard, from what I read, the tow company did not follow proper procedure. For instance my RV IS VALUED lowest if low $15k - $27k average somewhere in-between. RV was to be lien sold at around 30 days which I read that us if it's valued below $4k which it's NOT.
* Reason for tow - expired tags, parked on street, received ticket.
- Did not pick up right away from tow yard because I thought I had to smog it first
Which it wouldn't pass. Registration was paid just no smog.
- Never heard from tow company, never contacted them. Girlfriend called to find out at approximately 45 days in storage lot to find out what it would cost to release RV & WAS told it was no longer mine in 2 days.
- No notification of lien - No proof of mailing
- lien sale ??
Notice can be a basis to reverse a sale, lien, etc. You need to file the proper paperwork though. You can try to small claims court as well. You should seek the advice of an AVVO attorney who provides free consultations. If you think this answer is the BEST OR HELPFUL PLEASE MARK SUCH.
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